In his first political rally since departing the Oval Office, former President Donald Trump told supporters in Wellington, Ohio Saturday evening that, “the media and the Democrats are now admitting that I was right about everything.”
While campaigning to support Max Miller for Congress in Ohio (Miller is challenging the Republican incumbent who voted to impeach Trump on the charge of inciting an insurrection) Trump pointed out how the media has shifted its position on the origins of coronavirus, the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine, as well as the use of Lafayette Park as the backdrop for a photo.
“Now they’re [the corporate media] saying, ‘Well, you know, he was right about so many things. …They lied about so many things before the election.”
Trump, whom many anticipate will run for President again in 2024, also took aim at President Biden for his cancelling of the Keystone pipeline and gun control efforts of the Biden Administration. “If you remember, when I was campaigning against Joe Biden, I said, ‘They are going to take away your guns.”
In addition, he added that the left is putting “your family into a very, very bad position,” citing the administration’s crisis at the border and defunding the police.